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Jamie, RVT

Registered Veterinary Technologist
I have been working in a clinic since I was 16 then attended Thompson Rivers University to become a technician (where I met and adopted Nixon) and we graduated TRU in 2016. In school I received the large animal award after finding my love of working with cattle at Douglas lake ranch. Similarly to cattle, emergency medicine has a lot of unpredictability, which always keeps it exciting. I am currently working towards attaining my ECC specialty.
I have travelled to Costa Rica and Nicaragua to participate in spay and neuter missions and hope to help abroad again one day soon! Outside of the clinic, I am usually found playing rugby, football, baseball, backpacking or any other outdoor adventure with this guy!

Jamie, RVT

Necrotizing Fasciitis found on Vancouver Island - Know the signs

May 18th 2022 - Official Communication Dear Community, Necrotizing fasciitis is an uncommon disease in dogs but given the number of cases we have seen recently, it is important that we, as pet owners (myself included) are vigilant. However, the first thing we must not do is panic. I would like to take this time to give you an overview of the disease so that you know what to look out for and when to seek veterinary care.

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